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An orphan transaction is a transaction that consumes a coin whose creating transaction is not known to your client. This has nothing to do with orphan blocks (which are blocks whose parent block is not known, or according to another definition, block
I agree that better client software will inevitably emerge with broader adoption. Concerning the amount of time it takes for a transaction to confirm, I think that you have to distinguish different scenarios in which Bitcoin is taking the place of th
Bitcoins can be stolen in a variety of ways. In fact, researchers at SecureWorks, a division of Dell, released a paper at the RSA conference and highlighted that there are over 146 different types of malware which have the capability to steal bitcoin
In addition to what Mikko said, there have been some recent stress tests on the bitcoin network in which a flood of low-fee transactions have been pushed through the system. When the blocksize becomes full (currently 1MB per block, though that is con
Recycle lost/destroyed bitcoins by giving them back to miners Miners will continue to get more transactions and thus more fees If you already own bitcoin, this isn't a good thing as it increases the supply. That said, there is an altcoin called Freic
@zathras-crypto posted in #267 a OP_RETURN strategy as a sidenote and I think it's better to keep it this in a seperated thread. I'm not sure, if it's ready for prime time, but nevertheless: http://pastie. org/private/lqtwnyyt8undpgth1tlw This means
I think the confusion is around the phrase "a single bitcoin". A dollar bill is a thing, you can move it around and it changes ownership, but it is still the same dollar bill. You might be imagining a bitcoin as a "virtual thing", like a computer fil
Every full Bitcoin node maintains a database of which unspent outputs are left. When verifying a transaction, all its inputs are fetched from the database. If one is missing, validation fails
I've been using the bitcoin-python library for making payments from within Python. This worked pretty simple: >>> import bitcoinrpc >>> conn = bitcoinrpc. connect_to_local() >>> conn
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